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Partners in Scholarship: Faculty-Student Collaboration at Dominican University

 

Times of Formal Presentations and Poster Presentations

 

Formal Presentations

All formal presentations will take place in the Bluhm Lecture Hall (Parmer 108). Presentations will be 15 minutes each in length, with 10 minutes for questions at the conclusion of each panel of presentations.

 

9:30 a.m. - 10:25 a.m.

 

The Hispanization of Black Schools: Changing Demographics and Changing Schools

Students: Susan Abraham, Graduate Student, School of Education And Algeanna Griffin, Graduate Alumnus, School of Education

Faculty: Samina Hadi-Tabassum, Associate Professor, School of Education

 

Measuring the 'Digital Divide' In Chicago Neighborhoods Using Passive Wireless Discovery

Student: Oscar Andrade, Graduate School of Library and Information Science

Faculty: Kate Williams, Assistant Professor, formerly with Graduate School of Library and Information Science

 

10:30 a.m. - 11:25 a.m.

 

Enhancing the Effectiveness of the Juvenile Delinquency Diversion Program Through Stakeholder Involvement: A Program Evaluation from Multiple Perspectives

Student: Kate Zintak, Graduate School of Social Work

Faculty: Adrian Kok, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Social Work

 

Portrait of a Civil-War Era Textile

Student: Caitlyn Kamm, Sophomore, English, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

Faculty: Susan M. Strawn, Assistant Professor of Fashion Design, Apparel Design & Merchandising, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

 

Sirius Satellite Radio and the Economic Decisions that Executives Face

Student: Merak Metz, Senior, Business Administration, Brennan School of Business

Faculty: Anne Drougas, Associate Professor of Finance and Economics, Brennan School of Business
 

11:30 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.

 

Analysis of Historical Costume in The Goddess Queen, A Novel Based on the Life of Nefertiti

Student: Andrea Blaylock, Senior, Apparel Design & Merchandising, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

Faculty: Susan M. Strawn, Assistant Professor of Fashion Design, Apparel Design & Merchandising, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

 

The Impact of Economic Policy on Children in South Africa

Student: Margaret Truppa, Senior, Economics and Business Administration, Brennan School of Business

Faculty: Anne Drougas, Associate Professor of Finance and Economics, Brennan School of Business And Carol Tallarico, Associate Professor of Economics, Brennan School of Business

 

Youth Leadership Program Development within the Berwyn and Cicero Communities

Student: Jessica Schwartz, Graduate School of Social Work

Faculty: Adrian Kok, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Social Work

 

1:30 p.m. - 2:25 p.m.

 

Health, Mental Health and Spiritual Assessment of Family Caregivers of Individuals Who Sustained Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries

 

Student: Jennifer Strait, Graduate School of Social Work

Faculty: Martha Vungkhanching, Assistant Professor, formerly with Graduate School of Social Work

 

Quantitative Analysis of Aqueous Solutions by Infrared Spectrophotometry: Phosphate and

Carbonate Buffer Systems

Student: Victoria Y. Correa, Junior, Biology-Chemistry, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

Faculty: Robert A. Faltynek, Associate Professor, Chemistry, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences
 

Poster Sessions

Posters will be on display throughout the day in the Shaffer Silveri Atrium of Parmer Hall. Poster presentations will take place from 12:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m.

 

12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Continuous Extraction of Used Coffee Grounds

Student: Martin Gomez, Senior, Biology-Chemistry, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

Faculty: J. Brent Friesen, Professor, Natural Science, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

 

The Impact of Casualty Reports in Iraq on the Dow Jones Industrial Average: Building a Multiple Regression Model

Student: Janine Smuda, Alumnus, Brennan School of Business and Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

Faculty: Anne Drougas, Associate Professor of Finance and Economics, Brennan School of Business

 

Public Access Computing Across Chicagoland: Lessons for Librarians

Student: Michelle Simone, Graduate School of Library and Information Science

Faculty: Kate Williams, Assistant Professor, formerly with Graduate School of Library and Information Science

 

Quantitative Analysis of Aqueous Solutions by Infrared Spectrophotometry: Phosphate and Carbonate Buffer Systems

Student: Victoria Y. Correa, Junior, Biology-Chemistry, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

Faculty: Robert A. Faltynek, Associate Professor, Chemistry, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

 

Sports Economics: What Factors Impact Winning Percentage in Major League Baseball?

Student: Sarah D. Thomas, Senior, Business Administration, Brennan School of Business

Faculty: Anne Drougas, Associate Professor of Finance and Economics, Brennan School of Business

 

Video Game Console Usage in Public Libraries

Students: Tiffany Lewis, Graduate School of Library and Information Science And Aimee Sayles, Graduate School of Library and Information Science

Faculty: Kate Williams, Assistant Professor, formerly with Graduate School of Library and Information Science

 

With All the Trimmings

Student: Alana Devine, Senior, Apparel Design and Merchandising, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences

Faculty: Tracy Jennings, Associate Professor of Fashion Design, Apparel Design and Merchandising, Rosary College of Arts and Sciences